Monday, July 2, marked the 59th day of Aimee’s recovery. It also marked 59 days of intense and focused prayer; 59 days of topsy-turvy prognoses; 59 days of extreme trial and tribulation, and most of all, 59 consecutive days of God’s blessings.
Many people do not understand how we can profess to be blessed. Those who do not understand may never understand. They remain tossed about as a wave in the sea (James 1:6) because they simply lack faith. How do people like that survive? We have seen technological advancements over the past two thousand years, but technology doesn’t change who we are inside, it only changes the way we interact with the rest of the world. Our souls hunger for more than what technology can offer, but some people falsely place all their trust in the microprocessor. That trust might work fine until someone cuts the power supply. After that you are stuck with a hunk of worthless plastic and metal.
Others claim to have “faith in nature”. That statement confuses me. You can love nature, but how can you have faith in something that stands before you? I have always heard faith defined as believing in something that you cannot see. When I think of nature, I think of the beauty of a forest. I have seen many beautiful trees, but I have also seen many beautiful trees fall to lightning, disease, parasites and the woodsman’s axe. When the tree falls, does your faith fall with it?
As a believer, you know exactly what I am saying and you are most certainly agreeing with me. Nonbelievers will never understand and any attempt to persuade them is a worthless effort.
“Do not give what is holy to dogs, and do not throw your pearls before swine, or they will trample them under their feet, and turn and tear you to pieces.” Matthew 7:6
I never argue with nonbelievers. When Jesus shared the Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13: 1-23), He made it quite clear th